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4.23 | 1993 ratings

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Marty McFly
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5 stars The first album where bonus songs are as strong as the original ones.

The album that started it all, the one many following acts will be trying to imitate (more or less successfully) and also the album where "the voice" shines fully. It's wonderful, how many colours, emotiones and pain Fish can handle, isn't it ? One then wonders how much of these stories is true.

The model album how Neo Prog and Prog itself should sound like, exploring interesting themes (lyrically it's a heaven) comparable with Selling England By the π, with a great cover art (you can imagine the suffering and occasional joy of the proverbial jester.

Even the most conservative members of our Prog society thaws here and rate highly, so what can you expect of someone like me, known symphatisant with all genres of Prog.

5(-), so don't give me your effing problems!

Marty McFly | 5/5 |


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